Interaction Science investigates interactional phenomena from different perspectives and disciplines. It provides transdisciplinary concepts, theories, and techniques for developing and evaluating contextual or adaptive socio-technical systems. Its researchers investigate articulation of human needs, the role and capabilities of developers, infrastructures, patterns of use and ambience, and socio-economic issues. It aligns theories and conceptual findings with technology developments while empirically studying social, cognitive, motor, and emotional aspects of interactions.
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